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NYT Reader Center 5h
"I’m worried my decades-long use of binders will one day have a negative impact on my chest surgery results, but I continue to do it to combat dysphoria. It saves my life."
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NYT Reader Center 7h
"For many transmasculine people, it’s binding or suicide." We recently heard from transgender and non-binary readers about their experiences with chest binding. Read some of their stories here.
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Lara Takenaga 8h
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After a recent article about chest binding, we wanted to hear from more people who have used binders. More than 200 readers shared incredibly personal experiences. Thank you to those who sent their stories. Read a selection of them here:
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"Binding for so many of us is not negotiable and just helps us feel the way we want to feel about ourselves." We recently heard from transgender and non-binary readers about their experiences with chest binding. Read some of their stories here.
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NYT Reader Center Jun 16
Since joining The Times, has been a driving force behind much of our award-winning political coverage and a lightning rod for grievances from both sides of the aisle. Ask her your questions about covering the White House:
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NYT Reader Center Jun 16
Ask your questions about covering the White House. She'll answer a selection of them.
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Hanna Ingber Jun 16
. will be answering readers' questions about her work covering . Submit your questions for her:
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NYT Reader Center Jun 14
When Frank Lucas died last month, an obituary reporter thought it was a good time to check up on Lucas's Harlem rival.
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NYT Reader Center Jun 14
"The sentry had just started his 6-hour shift. He didn’t say much. A decade ago that would have been me [see Thomas Gibbons-Neff in 2008 below]. Easing back on a chair of makeshift sandbags and deciding what to think about for the next half-dozen hours."
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NYT Reader Center Jun 14
The story behind a different kind of front page obit.
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Times Open Jun 12
The Digital Transition team developed a training program to teach our journalists data skills and we're open sourcing the training material for the wider community.
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NYT Reader Center Jun 14
deployed to Afghanistan in 2008 as an enlisted Marine infantryman. He returned there a decade later as a journalist.
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NYT Reader Center Jun 13
: "When I became a reporter, I thought I'd never use a spreadsheet again. Now I have multiple spreadsheets for almost every article I work on."
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NYT Reader Center Jun 13
Data is now seamlessly woven into almost everything we do.
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NYT Reader Center Jun 13
Making promises is easy, but keeping them is another story. The new series Promises Made investigates whether leaders followed through on the changes they pledged after disasters.
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NYT Reader Center Jun 13
Reporters from across the newsroom describe the many ways in which they increasingly rely on datasets and spreadsheets to create groundbreaking work.
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NYT Reader Center Jun 12
Learn how our news reporters use data skills to find stories hidden in the numbers, organize their reporting and check government conclusions.
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